Imagine a father and his daughter. On the daughter’s birthday, the father gifts her with a cool toy that she’s always wanted. Why? Because he loves her, and wants her to have fun and enjoy herself.
Now imagine that the child has been misbehaving — disobeying the father and doing her own will. Consequently, the father takes the toy away from her for a while. Why? Again, because he loves her, and wants her to learn to be obedient and kind. And even if the daughter is unhappy that she doesn’t have her favorite toy anymore, she ultimately learns to associate misbehavior with consequences.
Continue reading “A Good Father”
Another poem I wrote a few years ago, and an accompanying drawing!
My brain is wrecked, my heart is hollow
Continue reading “Vines // a poem”
Dwelling on the idols I’ve been trying to follow
I listen to them quarrel and fight in my head,
Hungry and greedy for a place on my throne
In theory, Christ’s throne
But it’s become mine
I’m bored. And stir crazy. Even if I don’t catch the virus, I think I’m coming down with a serious case of cabin fever. So to help combat it, here’s a blog post. It will mostly be life updates plus whatever else these fingers decide to punch into my computer.
Continue reading “Breaking the Distance // Updates + Rambling”
There’s no doubt about it that God is awesome. He is so awesome, in fact, that the statement “God is awesome”, though it may sound like it, is no subjective truth. And if you don’t agree, I am here to prove you otherwise.
Here are some things that God has taught me about Himself that stick out to me.
Continue reading “Seven Reasons I Love God”